Berry Pink Samsung Galaxy Note release plans confirmed

Samsung announces it is to launch a Berry Pink Galaxy Note to further target female markets

Having release a pink rendition of the Galaxy S II, Korean handset manufacturer Samsung has announced its plans to out a 'Berry Pink' Galaxy Note

Continuing its run of varyingly hued handsets, Samsung has announced it is to release a 'Berry Pink' edition of its 5.3-inch Samsung Galaxy Note device.

Following on from the recent release of a pink Samsung Galaxy S II, Korean tech giant Samsung has announced the upcoming arrival of the Berry Pink Galaxy Note with the device to land a shade under 'Rose' according to the handset's manufacturer.

Whilst an official release date has yet to be given for the companion to the current black and white renditions of the Note, the introduction of a Berry Pink model will see Samsung further target the smartphone come tablet hybrid at a female market.

“The Galaxy Note is really good for the female market,” said Samsung's Sales Director Andrew Glass in a recent interview with T3.

He added: "To have a handbag and be able to put a 5.37-inch phone in instead of a 10.1-inch tablet is something that I think will capture the female market.”

Samsung Galaxy Note Features

Landing alongside the device’s 1280 x 800p 5.3-inch Super AMOLED HD display the Samsung Galaxy Note boasts a fanciful array of high-end specs with a 1.4GHz dual-core processor featuring alongside a rear-mounted 8-megapixel camera.

Full HD 1080p video recording capabilities also land with a 2-megapixel forward-facing snapper lining up on the minimalist 9.65mm thick body. Samsung’s S Pen stylus comes packed with the handset and slots into a specially hewn hole in the device’s form.

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